a piece of equipment that contains both a radio and a cassette player
Yes the Panasonic Alarm clock- AM/FM Radio and Cassette Player found on e-bay has all of those things you are asking for but it is not found at a store.
No. Nothing that has a cassette player in it is an antique. It's a new radio styled like an old one.
Yes, they all have radio as a part of the player.
Yes, the 2007 Infiniti G35 comes with not only a cassette player, but a CD player and AM/FM radio stereo as well.
Sanyo's are known for their radio reception.
If it was factory... it is a Delco.
No, Pontiac only offered a cassette player and AM/FM radio in 1988.
Yes you can. You need to get a cassette tape adapter (many places sell these like Target, Bestbuy, Circuit City,....etc). You plug it into the mp3 player where the headphone would go and place the cassette where it is supposed to go. Turn on the radio and mp3 player and your ready to go.
I take it you have a FM radio, if so you can get a FM transmitter for your Ipod, All you have to do then is tune your radio to the frequency of the transmitter .
To remove the cassette player from a 1994 Holden Apollo to install a CD player, the first step is to remove the knobs for the radio. They should just pull off. Then locate the screws holding the radio cover. This might require an Allen wrench. Remove the radio, unhook the antenna and speaker wires and then install the CD player.
The 1993 Honda accord, I believe, does NOT have CD Player. It only have cassette and radio player.
Most likely it is caused by the dust gathered on moving parts in the cassette player mechanism and/or some misaligned mechanical component in the cassette player mechanism. - Neeraj Sharma Actually, a broken rubber belt is the most common problem.
The reason that so few cars have cassette players in them is because technology has evolved and music is rarely produced on cassette anymore. Instead, most cars come equipped with a combination of a CD player, satellite radio, and/or input for mp3 player
I have the same problem, except I have a cassette player and not a CD player. I believe the answer is the antenna has come loose from the radio but I do not know how to check it.
To remove the original cassette player from a 2001 Honda Civic loosen all of the mounting screws to the center console. Remove the screws and any clips. Pull of the center console to reach the bracket for the radio. Remove the mounting screws off of the bracket. Pull out and disconnect the radio.
A cassette radio player goes in a ford escort 1998.
yes, if you know the security code.
Yes most portable cassette players get radio and also record as well
You are probably going to have to remove the radio and take the top off to gain access to the tape. It has probably broken and the tape is fouled.
prise out the plastic surround and unscrew the cassette/radio.
you can replace your radio with any factory Nissan radio made from 1995 and earyler newer radios (96 -05) have a diffrent harness
DIN is a European system of measuring. A single DIN radio (or CD player, or cassette player) in a car is about 2 inches tall. A double DIN radio, etc, is one that is twice the height of a single DIN.